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Alice Munro exposes the secrets of people with apparently mundane lives. The first short story reveals a child's eye view of her travelling salesman father, the last concerns violence that suddenly rises to the innocent surface
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"One of the most esteemed writers in the world....Few writers capture the moral ambiguities, murkiness, messiness - and joy - of relationships with as much empathy and grace as Munro"
Guardian||"Her work is practically perfect. Any writer has to gawk when reading her because her work is very subtle and precise"||"The best short story writer alive... Munro can pack more into one of her stories - more subtlety, more grace, more tender twists of the human heart - than many novelists do in a lifetime's oeuvre"
Independent||"One of the world's best living short-story writers...say that she has made the short story her own and reinvigorated it somehow falls short - she has reinvented it"
Observer||"Munro's stories enact what can only be called a sort of magic"